It would be so helpful if the articles (der,die,das) put in "our" vocabulary by the nouns we have learned through the lessons. It's easier to remind ourselves of correct gender, as we checking out the words.
Pardon, but it still makes sense in Germany, because you need a recipe from a doctor, when you are weak, very ill. So you can buy for example IBU 400 pills without recipe in a pharmacy, but not IBU 600.
In the United States, a "recipe" is not what a doctor gives you to take to a pharmacy in order to get medicine. A prescription is what a doctor gives you to take to a pharmacy to get medicine. I'm curious what it is called in other English-speaking countries.
The problem with the audio here is that the first vowel "e" is pronounced too long and is stressed while normally we would stress the second "e".
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What's the most common way for a German speaker to say "The recipe calls for...."? I just learned all these ingredients and I'm trying to formulate a sentence with them. Any help would be greatly appreciated